A group of local kids are putting on a 'spooktacular show' for the community starting Friday night.
Panama City Jaycees have partnered with AMIkids/Panama City Marine Institute to host the annual haunted house for Halloween this year.
Guests will go through different rooms that are set up like scary scenes from popular movies.
The show will be at the AMIkids building on 200 East Beach Drive.
The event chair says the children in the program helped set up the haunted house since July.
"The really good cause is that we have about 40 to 50 kids up here and we're able to teach them impossible, you know, some type of skill they didn't have before, or wouldn't use. I've had some kids up here that's never used a drill and their fifteen years old. So those kind of things kind of help out," said Panama City Jaycees, Chairman Will Hancock
Doors open at 7 p.m., and admission at the door is $10, $20 for VIP.
The event will go on from Oct 20-21st, continue from Oct. 26th-28th, and will open Halloween night.
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